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A17w221 goes off automatically with power on

Turn it on I can see the picture displayed for a split second and it goes to black. The functions all work, if the source was cable. I can hit the channel button twenty times while its still black. For an example that is, there is no limit to the functions after the screen is black. And when I turn it off and back on. The channel would have changed from 3 to 23. Its like the tv works perfect but won't let the picture display for more than 2 seconds tops. The power light stays on. I'm puzzled. Theres no input that it won't display on. I have hooked different equipment from computers, to dvd players. No matter what it is, the picture displays for a split second and then nothing. straight to a black screen. Just long enough for the AV1/S-Video/AV2/3 to go away. and its just black. As long as I see the input in the top right corner I see a perfect picture for that split second. Any ideas?

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  • brjenkinsjr Nov 20, 2008

    Same for me. No picture after 1-5 seconds.

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I have the same problem. The next stage is that the picture won't come on at all and the blue light will constantly blink. I think the light source is bad. Noit sure though.

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